Sankardev School Assam Class 5 English Lesson 12 The world from a Railway Carriage Solution
Sankardev Sishu Niketan School Class 5 English Lesson 12 The world from a Railway Carriage all Question and Solution by Expert English Teacher. Students of class 5 will get all their textbook questions solution.
- What is that charging along like troops in a battle?
Answer –A train carriage is charging along like troops in a battle.
- What does the poet mean by ‘the hill and the plain fly’?
Answer –By the above mentioned statement the poet means that when you are sitting in a railway carriage, the sight of the hills and the planes fly away from you.
3.) The poet sees from the Railway Carriage that-
i) The train passes by the painted stations
ii) The train passes through the meadows
iii) The train moves faster than fairies and faster than witches
(Use the words: witches, meadows, painted stations)
4.) Find the words that rhyme with –
hill, battle, house, load, run.
Hill – still
Battle – cattle
House – mouse
Load – toad
Run – gun
5.) What does the poet mean when he says that all the scenes are ‘gone for ever’?
Answer – When the poet says that all the scenes are ‘gone for ever”, be means that the railway carriage moves very fast trough meadows,hills and passes rivers, Mills etc. So the speed of the carriage causes the poet to lose the each view in each glimpse. These views are not coming back again so they are gone forever.